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A Cultural History of Arts and Music of the Indian Subcontinent

Cultural Diplomacy in Central & South Asia

By Cristina-Elena Pestrea, Institute for Cultural Diplomacy

The ICD Annual Conference on Cultural Diplomacy is the world’s leading event in the field of cultural diplomacy and will include parallel large-scale events dedicated to the fields of cultural diplomacy & international relations, peace building, human rights, arts and culture.

The  2012 Edition of the ICD Annual Conference on Cultural Diplomacy took place in Berlin and was focused on reviewing in detail, debating and evaluating the most significant developments in 2012 in the field of Cultural Diplomacy.

The conference brought together current and former heads of state and ministers, as well as celebrities and dignitaries including an interdisciplinary group of participants traveling to Berlin from all over the world to discuss Cultural Diplomacy in our interdependent world.

Amongst those participants were Raazia Hassan Naqvi (Department of Social Work (DSW) University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan) and  Muhammad Ibrar Mohmand (Lecturer, Department of Social Work (DSW), Institute of…

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